ⓘ Fulton County Railroad. The Fulton County Railroad is a privately held short-line railroad that runs from Rochester to Argos, Indiana, where it connects with th ..

                                     

ⓘ Fulton County Railroad

The Fulton County Railroad is a privately held short-line railroad that runs from Rochester to Argos, Indiana, where it connects with the Norfolk Southern Railway. It is a switching railroad that provides service to only one customer, Wilson Fertilizer and Grain in Rochester, and operates approximately 13 miles of track.

                                     
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